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About us

We are a premier Indian Engineering Company for EPCM / EPC-LSTK implementation of Chemical and Industrial Plants. Formerly known as Uhde India, we have been renamed as part of our group's reorganisation process globally.

Operating from Mumbai and Pune with a workforce of over 1,200 specialists, our solutions encompass the entire range of services for Fertiliser, Petrochemical, Refinery, Electrolysis, Metallurgical, Low Temperature Storage and Industrial projects. Our experience spans four decades and in excess of 650 contracts globally. We have carefully converted our business opportunities to carve a niche for ourselves as a premier EPC-LSTK and EPCM (Engineering, Procurement & Construction Management) company in India.

At thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions (India), we believe our track record of 600 plus contracts, association with leading Chemical majors, unique working methods, flexibility in handling LSTK (Lump sum Turnkey) and EPCM (Cost plus fee) assignments involving grass root plants and revamps, ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and BS OHSAS accreditations, client-conscious approach and access to internationally-renowned Licensors & Contractors, make us the complete EPC partner for a wide spectrum of services over a variety of industries.

A variety of industries

Our projects are implemented using a dedicated Task Force concept with multi-disciplinary specialists for mega-projects; and a Production Unit concept for smaller-sized projects, where team members are drawn from engineering pools.

Though we also execute projects internationally, our focus is the Indian Chemical process industries. In the 40 years since our incorporation as an Indian company, we have successfully implemented projects for the Who’s Who of the Indian firmament . Our experience covers a wide varieties of chemical projects in various sectors. Our market shares in some sectors speak for themselves – a market share in excess of 70% in the Caustic Soda- Chlorine sector, a 50% market share in the low-temperature Cryogenic Tank business, and reputations for leadership positions in certain chemicals and petrochemicals.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

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